Made in Canada

Two Toronto organizations are figuring out how to process emerald ash borer-infested lumber, making use of the waste left in the beetle’s wake.
The lauded Arctic Adaptations exhibit demonstrates how sustainable design and a non-hierarchical process can bridge tradition and modernization in Northern communities.
Aurora Robson and other Project Vortex artists work with plastic waste to keep it out of our oceans.
A little resourcefulness goes a long way. Manitoba-based Prairie Paper is using agricultural waste to re-engineering the paper industry – with help from actor Woody Harrelson.
If you build a sustainable airport in Fort McMurray, does it matter?
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